An easy way to explain anthropogenic rain making
Posted: 13 November 2017 – Source-Chapter C4
Immediately after WWII had begun, a rain zone center established itself along the war front between France and Germany, which was maintained during the months of September, October and November 1939. Across north-western Europe thousand naval vessels plowed through the sea day and night. Many thousand sea mines were laid every day. Uncountable exploded instantly. In early October 1939 161’000 troops, 24’000 vehicles an 140.000 tons of supplies had transferred by sea from the UK to France. Thousands of air planes were up in the
Only two weeks at war the rain remained in the West. Science should have explained it
to the Poles since long that the war prevented raining. (Story 2)
Posted 01 November 2017 – Comments welcome!
What a horror! To ambush Poland on 1st September 1939 the Germans employed, or had available, forces estimated at approximately 1,250,000 men comprising 60 to 70 divisions. Their Air Force possessed 7,000 first-line airplanes. After just two weeks the Polish Army lost 20 divisions, some 100.000 dead or wounded, and another 100.000 prisoners (NYT, 10/15/1939). Three weeks later the numbers are 123’000 dead, 134’000
There is no plausible scientific definition of climate!
Letter to the “FRANKFURTER ALLGEMEINE ZEITUNG” (21. April 2017)
Published on Tuesday, 25th April 2017, page 6
h/t and translation by Dick Koock, posted 25/04/2017
Climate change is no hoax
The essay „For this we will walk for miles, written by Karsten Fischer and Peter Strohschneider (F.A.Z. April 21., 2017) has strong relevance to the opinion of the U.S. President concerning climate change. He, like many republicans consider the issue as the greatest hoax and intend to cut science and support considerably. Thus the “March of Science” war initiated on the
Posted: 03 June 2016
Barents Sea a key issue to Arctic warming
Since January 2016 Arctic sea ice extent is far below average (Fig. 1). Arctic sea ice could set a new record low extent this
summer, and the Barents Sea is one of the main sources to blame (Fig. 2), due to the fact that along the Norwegian coast , in the Barents Sea and north of the Russian coast human offshore activities steadily increase year by year.
What’s behind this winter’s low ice extent? The Arctic is warming more than twice as fast as the global average, largely …